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Nikolay Lossky

Nikolay Onufriyevich Lossky, also known as N. O. Lossky, was a Russian philosopher, representative of Russian idealism, intuitionist epistemology, personalism, libertarianism, ethics and axiology. He gave his philosophical system the name intuitive-personalism. Born in Latvia, he spent his working life in St. Petersburg, New York, and Paris. He was the father of the influential Christian theologian Vladimir Lossky. Cite error: There are... Read More

BornNikolay Onufriyevich Lossky
6 December 1870
Krāslava, Russian Empire (now Latvia)
Died24 January 1965 (aged 94)
Paris, France
Era20th-century philosophy
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